After its recent Blue Earth announcement, Samsung has revealed that its new high end mobile phone will be released into the UK market on October 30th.
The new phone is known as the Samsung 360 H1 and will run on LiMo, the new Linux Mobile operating system.
According to the Pocket-lint website, the new 360 H1 mobile phone will be handled by Vodafone in the UK (hot on the heels of the new Blackberry Storm 2) which will provide its own new 360 service, an all-in-one option that includes an address book for all your contacts, Facebook, Windows Live and Google. It will also supply you with status updates and a wide range of Apps, Games and Music.
The Samsung mobile also includes a 3.5 inch AMOLED screen, a 3D UI, HSDPA for fast data transfer, GPS for location finding, Wi-Fi, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera and 16GB of internal memory.
Vodafone is also planning to handle the upcoming, Samsung 360 M1, a smaller brother to the H1 with fewer features. The M1 is due out before the end of the year.
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